Hey everyone! I have something a little different for you today! I have created an Autumn / Fall Kitchenware shopping haul video to give you some inspiration for the Autumn season coming up. I love this time of year and have picked a few of my favourite type of items for this time of year to use in the kitchen.Read More
The kids loved this Honey Chilli Chicken Salad recipe and its such an easy recipe throw together recipe its literally made in minutes. You can add whatever salad items you have available in the fridge for this recipe and even serve it with a little crusty bread. Check out this quick recipe in the video below or you can also print out the recipe from this page.Read More
I was introduced to the healing powers of traditional bone broth in one of my postpartum recovery books. It focused on traditional healing foods from several cultures. One of those foods was bone broth and I made several batches of it to drink and use in soups and stews after my fourth daughter was born. I was so glad I did because it created such a delicious meal that I really enjoyed and provided my body with vital nutrients and healthy fats to heal properly afterwards. I had a lot of healing to go through after an emergency c-section and thank god for my bone broth at this time.Read More
I have a couple of recipes for making this soup but this one is definitely my favourite. It’s based on an old traditional Scottish recipe by Janet Murray that I have tweeked to replicate the soup my Dad would make us as kids.Read More
I love cook books! I love the photographs, the graphics and even the smell of a good book, lol! I thought I would share my fave family cook books that I bring out in the Autumn Fall season to stay warm and to keep the family nourished! I hope you find some inspiration here in this video for your own family.
There are links at the bottom of the page where you can buy the books from Amazon, (they are affiliated links and I should probably notify you that I might earn 10p or so if you click it lol!!!!) If you have an independent book shop, order them in there and support small local business instead!
With love x
The cold is setting in quickly into this part of the world and I don’t know about you but I’m all about comforting warming dishes this time of year! I love a good slow cooker recipe or pressure cooked stew.
Check out the video below for a look at our September monthly haul and the cosy four week meal plan is at the end of the video. It is also written at the bottom of this page for you.
I hope you find some inspiration for your own family meals, love Angie x
I love Autumn it is my absolute favourite season, I love the cooler weather and the beautiful colours that fall brings. I really enjoy spending time with the family at this time of year and there are always so many memorable things to do around the home and outdoors. It is such a special time.
I created this video below to show you how we are enjoying the season at home with decorations and foodie treats (of course!).
Love Angie x
A quick meal plan to warm you up for my monthly September plan coming next week! There are no attached recipes its just to give you an idea on how we plan our meals and vary our diet and to give you some inspiration for different family meals.
Click the video below for a look at the food haul and our meal plan is written below. Lunches are just a variation of tuna, cheese and egg sandwiches and wraps this week and breakfasts were granola, smoothies and toast this week.
Meal Plan Ideas One Week
Monday (Vegetarian) – Five Root Vegetable Soup
Tuesday (Fish) – Fried Breaded Fish
Wednesday (Vegetarian) – Stuffed butternut squash
Thursday (Meat) – Venison Stew
Friday (Vegetarian) – Leek Tart
Saturday – No planned meals
Sunday – Chicken pieces roasted in herbs
I love the end of Summer…the weather is still warm during the day but I love the cooler evenings and the prep for the Autumn/Fall ahead! Autumn and all the colour it brings is my favourite season of course!
Click the video below for some of my favourite products for household, baby, reading, kitchen and foodie items! There are links at the bottom of the page where you can find them if they inspire you!
Love Angie x 😉
Bio D Cleaner – https://amzn.to/2MCq5G5
Kite Clothing – www.kite-clothing.co.uk
Frugi – www.welovefrugi.com
Sweet sleep book – https://amzn.to/2ZgSiJm
The Art of Hygge – https://amzn.to/322CNl4
Fruity Fruits – https://amzn.to/2Zucoz3
Neals Yard Hair Treatment – https://amzn.to/2KThJI0
Silicone Trays – www.lakeland.co.uk
I love this recipe its one of my absolute faves! It is so super easy to make, you can follow the recipe below or click on the video link below to view it in video. The instructions are really simple and easy to follow.
1 medium bowl of small prawns (about 300-400g) Tofu for a vegetarian substitute
4 noodle nests
1 can of coconut milk
1 liter of vegetable stock
2tbsp of coconut oil
small bowl of garnishings (chopped cucumber, spring onions, fresh chilli)
salt & pepper
1tsp of paprika
1tsp of ground cumin
1/2tsp of ground coriander
1/2tsp of tumeric
1tbsp of lemongrass puree
1 small piece of ginger
5 peeled shallots
5 cloves of garlic
5 fresh chillies of choice
1 red pepper chopped
1 head of broccoli chopped
Blend the chillies, garlic, shallots, ginger lemongrass and all spices in a small blender with a little water. Heat the coconut oil in a non stick pan and add the blended spice mix, brown lightly. Add the stock and vegetables and cook the vegetables on a medium simmer. Add in your prawns or tofu and stir through and cook through for a few minutes.
Add the coconut milk and cook through until dissolved. Serve on top of the cooked noodles and garnish with the chopped cucumber, spring onions and chillies.